Whether creating PR buzz for our clients or generating our own marketing news, we love keeping our thumbs on the pulse of the industry and driving content that can help businesses move ahead.
Director of Public Relations, with experience leading and executing integrated communications strategies across a wide array of industries, joins FOVNDRY’s Rockville, Maryland team to lead the agency’s PR practice area.
FOVNDRY, an integrated communications agency specializing in public relations, marketing, and creative services, announces its recertification by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) as […]
As an established communications consulting firm with full-time, in-house media relations personnel and expertise, we’re tapping into several former TV news journalists turned FOVNDRY PR staff members for valuable insights into the State of the Local TV Newsroom—offering you current tips for garnering local media news coverage.
Whether it’s Old Spice repositioning to reach younger audiences with “Not your grandpa’s deodorant”; Dunkin dropping “Donuts” to remind consumers they offer more than just round deep-fried goodness; or the Washington Redskins leaving behind a derogatory term and moving forward with a new unifying Washington Commanders name; there are several major factors that fuel the need for a rebrand.
With the language of business becoming more and more conversational, there are a lot of ways to express your point of view. While some punctuation marks have strict rules, others offer more flexibility. FOVNDRY’s content crew shares a few insights when it comes to “making a dash.”
New junior copywriter—with a background in traditional journalism and copywriting for e-commerce and social media—joins FOVNDRY’s Rockville, Maryland office to support the integrated agency’s growing creative services portfolio.